Hunt Revell practices in commercial real estate and corporate law with an interest in land use, state and local environmental law, education and small business. He enjoys customer service and helping clients meet their goals. Prior to joining the firm, Hunt worked in commercial real estate at Krevolin & Horst, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia.
Hunt grew up in Augusta, Georgia and attended college at the University of Georgia. After college, Hunt taught 9th grade at the New York Harbor School on Governor’s Island, worked in the Vice President for Instruction’s Office at UGA, and helped open and operate two downtown community restaurants in Athens. Hunt attended law school at Georgia State University in Atlanta, where he interned for the HullBarrett law firm, externed for the Georgia Heirs Property Law Center, served as a fellow for the Carl Vinson Institute of Government and clerked for Georgia Supreme Court Justice John Ellington. Hunt enjoys being outside and seeing the world, supporting local businesses, and serving on the Board of Directors for Shell to Shore, a non-profit he co-founded based in Athens.